Self-Care Senorita Blog — health

Harnessing the Power of Self-Love

Posted by Victoria Snyder on

See that picture there?  It probably looks like a girl who feels confident, assured, dare say, even sexy?  If you thought that, you would be thinking right, but that girl didn't feel that way for a long time.  My journey of self-love has taken a whole lifetime thus far, and I imagine, it will take the rest of my life as well. 

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I Give You Permission to Rest

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But I want you to know, that I give you permission to rest, even if you won't give it to yourself.  You need rest for your body, your mental and emotional health, and just to allow yourself to heal. Our bodies are magnificent machines, but like any machine, sometimes it needs oiled, or turned off to rest in order to let it function and optimal levels.  

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Midnight Musings

Posted by Victoria Snyder on

Twenty-Four hours ago, my head was in my hands as I was sobbing and crying, body shaking and all the worry anxiety, and panic that I felt was at a level that I felt was more than I could handle. My hands were wet with tears, my face cramping from the incessant crying. My mother came over and held me and she said being a single mom is so hard. I felt her love and I felt her tenderness as all the anxiety and fear I had started to fade, slowly. I felt at ease because I knew her words...

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My Lovely Lady Lumps

Posted by Victoria Snyder on

If you read that title and you sang it in Fergie's voice, you are a Millennial. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I wanted to talk about why it is imperative to check yourself each month for lumps. Weirded out about touching yourself? Okay, I get that, but this is something easy, and simple, and FREE that can save your life. So do it. NO ifs, ands, or buts!

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I DO NOT have my SHIT together

Posted by Victoria Snyder on

I am struggling.  Not like, woke up on the wrong side of bed struggling, but like, mental break down crying uncontrollably, feeling exhausted, struggling. I feel it in my bones, my soul, the core of my existence.  Dramatic?  Absolutely, but I have never felt this type of burn out.

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